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Nov 10, 2013 8:30am EST
center. she's finishing her bachelor's degree at the university of massachusetts in amherst but she has concerns about the future. >> education is really important, but it's kind of where do you go from here. i feel like it's kind of like hopelessness. >> tom juravich is profferer in massachusetts writing about workers in the american workplace for over 25 years. his most recent book is about the struggling working class. >> we have this notion called the american dream. the dream has been for so many of us, that life would be better for our children. my dad was a factory worker, sent his three kids to state universities. we all went forward never to look back. >> what do you think about the american dream. >> it's a nightmare, a distraction, dream, fantasy. it's not realistic. >> it's not realistic, she says, because jobs are hard to find. good ones, almost impossible. >> we watched our parents get successful jobs. we watched our parents be able to maintain a life in line with the house and picket fence. now it's our time to do this and it's not materializing. the cost of things have r
Nov 10, 2013 8:00am PST
unaffordable. the state of massachusetts is good to look at. the agency who buys for state employees are less expensive because they use an alternative network which means the lower networks in the market. as network design changes occur, i think we can see things really change a lot as more competition gets introduced that way. >> last question and i should have asked this of professor midic, we think about a state exchange here in california, what do you think the impact is going to be in terms of our topic about costs and i think as we went through the cpmc discussions, the only thing we agree on is everyone doesn't know what's going to happen. what do you think about it? >> in california you have a proactive value purchaser of health care. it can have a significant impact on in this market in terms of what it's going to demand of the participating health plan and the prices they have and the information they provide to their enrolled patients around helping and supporting them to make more economical decisions. the only way they're going to be successful is if they do that. there's goi
Nov 10, 2013 7:30am EST
of massachusetts who knew the whitey bulger case also contacted them, as did angelo, this forensic investigative who got a lot of the files and the confluence of the three of us, then reading my book, resulted in delphi keo on the 30th of march, 2006, came up from sarasota, florida, were hit retired with full pension and was indicted on four counts of murder. on the right, that's a picture of him the night before surrendering. allowed him to surrender but the next day after he was a million dollars bail was set for him, okay? 50 agents support them, showed up in lieu suits, white shirts, either red eyes are blue ties and they surrounded him as he walked out down the supreme court and there was a scene unlike you've ever seen. they were like pushing people away. they look like soccer hooligans. they were banging guys out of the way, straight army cuts protecting them while reporters were trying to protecting the they called it body checking the senator grassley from iowa mentioned this at a senate hearing whether fbi agent should be so quick to protect somebody who's presumed innocent of course,
Nov 10, 2013 3:00am PST
. obviously the navy property massachusetts has been through idealize as we talked about the navy clean up. we have to change the schedule to move the project forward. most significantly you know, we really requested that the developer reorganize the phasing to enable al lettuce griffith to proceed. when we approved the project in 2010 we negotiated that the alice griffith revitalization would be linked up for the phase two market rate development. while it seemed smart tempting at the time it wouldn't allow the developer to start without doing alice griffith we didn't anticipate the display that actually prevented us from starting on alice awhile we wait for the navy he property. the new phasing is responding to the decouple of of the shipyard and the alice griffith now with the 349 could precede. the additional piece i wanted to mention i know the - this phasing schedule is something that must get reviewed by the california economical quality act we're working with the sequa to identify anything that my create additional economical impacts. generally, we don't expect that but as part of the
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Nov 10, 2013 2:00am EST
. if you look at when massachusetts rolled out the hethcare in 2007, the supposed data shows a lot of young adults came in at the last minute. weave a shoddy website. young adults are not going there. they are waiting. another point to be made. we saw the jobs report this week. have young adults looking for jobs. they're holding out on that option as ll. >> rich, there is another thing that young people are waiting for. having kids, i know how they work rick. rich, kids often will wait until they are forced to, until they are coerced to. and so far, they're waiting to see how much they can get away with, right? >> well, yeah. there's that. there is also the fact that the cultural ions, jon stewart are ochingly laughing at the program -- opingly laughing at the program. so you have technology that doesn't rk. this is a tech-savvy group of people. comedians on right and the left laughing at the program. and now you have number three, that obama broke his promises, said in 2009 and 2010. so, you kn, you have lack of trust going on here among young people. i will create actuarial death spiral.
Nov 10, 2013 2:30am PST
and the delay of the navy property. obviously the navy property massachusetts has been through idealize as we talked about the navy clean up. we have to change the schedule to move the project forward. most significantly you know, we really requested that the developer reorganize the phasing to enable al lettuce griffith to proceed. when we aro
Nov 10, 2013 10:30am EST
romney who had to run away from his record in massachusetts. >> o'donnell: do you think governor christie can attract conservatives in a primary? >> i think he can attract conservestive in a primary he proved it in his own state. he got 94% of self i'd tied. >> these are in new jersey. >> this is in new jersey, correct. >> o'donnell: but not in iowa or south carolina. >> if anyone looks at the chris christie performance tuesday doesn't think that it's absolute slam dunk as model for future of the republican party they need to have their head examined. the truth is i spent a lot of time in iowa and new hampshire. seen a lot of you along the way. but the reality is that governor christie has got a proven record now appealing to both the center and conservative part of the republican party. if he's got great opportunity in the context of leading the rga which currently is the largest political committee in american poll six, 40-plus million dollars, can raise another hundred million. that's an important post that will help him focus on the -- haley barber rule, electing more governors nex
Nov 10, 2013 6:05pm EST
the word. it comes from another massachusetts scholar penny adams and from the wonderful education. adams said basically was that when lincoln and the others got to washington in 1886 in the war began, no one knew what to do. they knew what the task was to be or when was headed for him. everyone without exception was to learn his business at the cost of the public. indianindeed, stewart and the os could be of no help to the young man seeking education. their education was to cost a million lives, not quite a million but close enough and $10 million more or less north and south before the country could recover its ballot and movement. the history of that tragic war and the deaths it caused was recounted in brilliant form by our current speaker as with great pleasure i invite the president of harvard university, doctor faust to join us. [applause] >> thank you so much for that very generous introduction, professor weinstein and all of you for being here tonight. it's a great pleasure and honor for me to talk for the first time its publication yesterday about this book, because so much of th
Nov 10, 2013 7:45am EST
some of it with you today. but i also bring greetings from medford massachusetts rotary, which is medford is about five miles north of boston. as it turned out its population is about 55,000, and when i was writing this book i sublease a 10 by 10 office space from a local architect who was, in fact, a one term rotary president and now he is signing up for a second term. he told me before game i told him us coming to speak to one of the most prestigious and oldest and certainly friendliest i know rhodri's in wichita may be bigger, he said keep it short. these people are on their lunch break. [laughter] but i did hear an awful lot and i'm glad you guys don't -- willard garvey didn't know how to keep it short. i think some of you enjoy that as well. but he was a faithful rotarian for more than 50 years, and this was his club. he joined rotary in 1950 and you could usually find in your without fail on monday. he was out of tow town and he on made it a point to visit with other rotary clubs like we had today. and around different cities in the united states. willard really loved rot
Nov 10, 2013 8:15am EST
a senator from massachusetts, member of the house was very concerned about it. shelby, a conservative senator, was for it. so they said let's have opt-in instead of opt-out. these are the keywords. and, basically, opt out is pretty much what they give you now. if you're upset about something and you want to go through a rigamarole, you can say i want my data not used in this way. opt in you would have been required to give explicit permission for your information to be merged with other streams of information, then turned over to brokers of information, people who sell it, and you would have control over how this information was used. it's all the difference in the world. be opt in, opt out. and markey, as i say, and others went to clinton and said, look, whatever we think of this bill -- which is a horrible bill bill -- be you're going to sign it -- if you're going to sign it which you seem determined to do, why don't you at least have this opt-in protection over the records that are being merged. and clinton refused to do that. he promised at fist, and then he -- at first, and then
Nov 10, 2013 4:30am PST
and on facebook too. >>> next week we travel to main street in great barrington, massachusetts. we'll talk to local business owners getting ready for small business saturday. they tell us how they're trying to get the berkshires community to shop small. while we're there, we'll also talk to actress karen alan. you know her from "indiana jones," "animal house." she turned her passion into a small business. i'm j.j. ramberg. remember, we make your business our business. ♪ ♪ you get your coffee here. you get your hair cut here. you find that certain thing you were looking for here, but actually you get so much more. when you shop at these small local businesses, you support all the things that make your community great. the money you spend here, stays here. in this place you call your neighborhood. small business saturday is november 30th. get out and shop small. >>> where will enda end up? >>> the start of this sunday morning in mid-november, we're thinking a lot about rights. the senate passed a bill thursday that would make it illegal to fire someone for being gay. whether it will act
Nov 9, 2013 5:30pm PST
companies. bills to legalize online gambling is pending in massachusetts, pennsylvania and california. thousands are gathering at the national museum of the u.s. air force in dayton, ohio to honor members of the doolittle raiders. the group of pilots who bombed japan in response to the japanese attack on pearl harbor. their attack is credited with turning the tide in the pacific. there's the three surviving members of the group. they will be toasting comrades with cognac from 1896 the year doolittle was born. >>> now to our signature segment. in depth reports from around the nation and the world. tonight we return to a topic we focused on last weekend the high cost of prescription drugs. something many americans have been complaining about for years. one state has recently passed legislation designed to bring down drug costs. residents of maine can order drugs from maine and from overseas. this has prompted a lawsuit. >> reporter: the battle between the state of maine and the pharmaceutical industry started in portland when the city found a way to cut its health care costs. by the tim
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Nov 9, 2013 8:00pm EST
. i got elected in an attempt to stop obama care. in massachusetts they had a deal with the white house where they held me up being sworn in for a couple of weeks so they could ram it through. then when i got there, don't forget they did not allow one amendment to try to fix this bill in any way, spe or form. so shame on themnow. people like landrieu and shaheen and pryor and begitch complaining we didn't know anything about the grand fathering and the fact that people are going to lose their policies. theyoted on it. every one of them said hey, we don't ce. soealth care and the debacle that we're seeing right now and the fact that people are deeply deeply concerned and rightly so that it's going to cost too much, it's going to have way too much long wait in line in it, and it's just mess. >> are you concerned further, though, that the republicans don't seem to be finding a common voice here? they have an opportunity to go in to 2014 and just -- i mean, i think they have got a gift from this administration and from the democrats on capitol hill in both houses that should assure th
Nov 9, 2013 4:00pm PST
with the university in germany and the university of massachusetts amherst. he says car sp security engineers are working in secret when designing security systems and that he says is actually part of the problem. you know, it's only secure as long as the bad guys don't know how it works. >> reporter: with computer security nothing is obscured chl the bad guys know how the security systems work but just can't get to the codes or keys. with cars, once the system is known the codes and keys the professor says can be easily found. often only a question of reverse engineering the system, knowing how they work. once unhow they work it becomes easy to break. >>> there isn't much car owners can do. the best way to protect yourself is remove valuables from your car. maybe there is something to the term manicure after all. i think a no brainer. the latest salon trend focuses on men. what one salon owner says was his motivation. >>> and heading live outside a beautiful look although some rain could be colgate optic white dual action shines and whitens over 2 shades more than a leading whitening toothpa
Nov 10, 2013 7:30am PST
it for a year or two. in the state of massachusetts, it took several years to get most the people enrolled. we may be on a similar track. >> that would be some pretty heavy lifting for washington if it takes several years. you're talking about an entire nation. >> right. it's something that a think we will be hearing about quite a bit in the future. >> exemptions. who got exempt from this first year, and are they going to extend them? >> well, the employer mandate was what was exempted for the first year. that was the big news. i don't know what plans are for 2015. i would expect that the insurance companies want to see them and they will proceed to move them in. >> final question. optimistic about it, pessimistic, concerned? >> i think 20 years from now we will look back on this year and laugh. you know, medicaid, medicare, all of these programs have rocky starts the first year, but a couple years and i think it's just part of the scenery. >> we will be seeing as they go down the road on the obamacare highway. thank you so much. back to you. >> twitter trading got off to a good start last wee
Nov 10, 2013 6:00am PST
into this thing. there are four months left. here you have a six month enrollment period. in massachusetts, they had computer problems and they had a year for people to enroll. if that is the model, potentially you could have an extension of the enrollment period. then we begin to get into the problem that happens and gotten involved in the marketplace and the exchanges and they are not paying premiums and they are going to pay higher premiums. think of this. the idea is to get them signed up. think of stays on your parent's plan until you are 26. that satisfies a chunk out of the buy reext population. there are all kinds of concerns about that. on top of that is the penalty if you decide not to go out and buy that. you add these things together and the possibility if you are lost your plan and you are relatively young and healthy and you look on the website what is available to you. you have seen that repeatedly. they found out what it would be like when they go and try to buy something. this will be many more like them. delaying the mandate means sometimes ip the election year returns. >
Nov 10, 2013 10:30am EST
of a divided nation, the junior senator from massachusetts spoke at loyola college in baltimore. the young senator named john kennedy said," let us not seekir but act. let us not the republican answer or the democratic answer but the right answers. let us not seek to fix the blame for the past but except their own responsibility for the future." later, the5 years jfk advice still rings true and it's important for us to remember now as we implement the affordable care act. five weeks ago, the administration launched the federalov, insurance website was to be the main vehicle for millions of americans to sign up for coverage under the affordable care act. needless to say, it has been a rocky rollout. problems have plagued the website and limited the ability of americans to buy the health insurance they need and deserve. let me say right off the bat that this is unacceptable. tohas been disappointing hear members of the administration say they did not see the problems coming. sibelius, last time you came before this committee, i used two words to voice my concern about the implementation of t
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Nov 10, 2013 11:00am PST
period. in massachusetts where things were rolled out they had computer problems and they had a year for people to enroll. if that's the model, potentially you could have an extension of the enrollment period. >> of course if if you extend that, we begin to get into the problem that the young healthy haven't gotten involved in the marketplace and the exchanges. they're not paying premiums and, therefore, the sick vulnerable people with all these extra benefits are going to pay higher premiums. >> think of this. the idea is to get them signed up. think of all the things working against that now. staying on your parents plan until your 26. that takes a chunk of healthy people out of the potential buyer population for individual plans. worries about the security of the website if and when it finally gets up and running. there are all kinds of concerns about that expressed by responsible people. on top of that is the penalty if you decide not to buy a plan is light the first year. you add these things together and the possibility that if you lost your plan and you're relatively young and
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Nov 10, 2013 3:00pm PST
. hearing is six month enrollment. in massachusetts, where it was rolled out, they had computer problems and they had a year for people to enroll. if that's the model, potentially you could have an extension of the enrollment. >> if you extend that we get into the problem that the young healthy folks have gotten involved in the marketplace and the exchanges and they are not paying premiums and, therefore, the sick, vulnerable people will pay higher premiums. >> yes, think of this, the idea is to get them signed up. think of all of the things that are working against that: staying on your parents' plan until you are 26, taking a big chunk out of the buyer population for individual plans. the worries of the security of the website if and when it is up and running. there are all kinds of concerns expressed by responsible people. on top of that, the penalty if you decide not to buy a plan, it is light the first year so you add these things together and the possibility that if you go -- if you have lost your plan and you are relatively young and healthy and you look on the web site, what is a
Nov 10, 2013 7:00am EST
is working in massachusetts. it uses ideas out of the heritage foundation. the individual mandate was originated in the heritage foundation in 1989. ae republicans introduced similar legislation in 1992. you guys are complaining that this is a radical thing. it is filled with republican ideas and the other problem is, you guys have complained for four years and jumping up and down and complaining about how awful obamacare is. there is no republican alternative as far as i know. there is none that has been passed in the house. you don't have a comprehensive health care plan. the health care costs that we have in the united states have been rising and rising for the past 20 years. they are projected to continue to rise if there is no change. what is the republican alternative to the awful, harvell, terrible, ghastly obamacare which is really romneycare? guest: i think it's true that in the 1990s, there were conservatives who were trying to be proactive and look for ways to solve the healthcare problem. it is wrong to say that all republicans embrace this idea and rally around it bu
Nov 10, 2013 5:00am PST
before there was a companion bill in the senate. introduced by paul tsongas, a democrat for massachusetts. what no one saw coming then was the backlash. brand-new, well organized backlash from culturally conservative forces. it was the pace of social and cultural change in the 1970s that gave rise to the religious right. fundamentalists and evangelical conservatives, many of whom never previously involved in politics. found their leader first in anita bryant, a one-time beauty queen who had become the spokeswoman for the florida citrus commission and a dabbler in conservative politics. when dade county and florida passed an anti-discrimination ordinance, bryant launched a fight to repeal it, save our children, that was the name of the group she started. she and her group won at the polls in a landslide. so she went national. other cities enacted gay rights ordinances and with bryant in a growing army of religious conservatives now engaged, those ordinances began falling one by one. >> wichita, kansas, has or had a law upholding the rights of homosexuals and jobs, housing and so on. yester
Nov 10, 2013 4:30pm EST
, the senator of massachusetts, is pushing hard to break up the banks. are you worried that with this continuing regulatory pressure that argument is going to gain ground? >> let me come back to why i believe the model, the universal banking model works because i think that is the fundamental policy decision. if you think about it from a customer, a client's perspective, the ability for a major company to bring both corporate banking and investment banking -- especially in light of the new capital rules, the fact that you have to make sure you are getting paid for using your capital -- is the superior is this model. -- business model. it is the model the clients want. it is the model that wins. when you go to the trading side, you cannot do the first model without having the ability to distribute the bonds or equity out to the market, and that market -- universal model works. it is the model outside the united states and it has been. the question is, what is the scope of activities, how much capital, how much liquidity? think about last year's stress test that the fed went through. when we did t
Nov 9, 2013 9:45pm EST
as they did in massachusetts as people run to the doctors to get their physicals. that can settle in with very good nurses and physician assistants and these teams of caregivers to organize primary care, chronic care management and life care. there are lots of things we can do if we can kind of break down the barriers across the board. >> i think the policy is important but it starts more fundamentally at -- doctors don't like teams. we're not going it like it, not trained. the patient comes to the door, you're the surgeon, he steps in and you've got to fix it. all the team stuff, listening in a collaborative way listening to people we want to cut, fix, get it done. hat's how we're train. in all seriousness, thesis a cheap solution. but the practice of medicine today, you're not trained -- medical schools are not trained. business school today is trained with a team of six people, not three or four but six to address an issue to get an outcome that allows collaboration, leadership, distribution. that's not the way doctors are trained. they probably are now with both your centers, i know. but t
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